The 200 exhibitors at the 2019 Winter Arts Market cover a huge range of of products and art forms; from ceramics to painting, screen printing, illustration, jewellery, homewares, beauty products, candles, textiles and even taxidermy.
You can see a selection of their work below. More to be added!
Emma Prescott owns a small print and accessory shop that crafts original prints and little treats for you […]
Amy Christmas, aka Crafty Mrs Christmas, creates imagination-sparking miniature worlds for young and old. Her terrariums, fairy garden […]
Helen Smith works in kiln formed glass, creating art pieces which draw inspiration from the landscape and light […]
Katie Craven is a luxury lifestyle brand, based in the Ribble Valley countryside. Katie intricately hand illustrates each […]
Janice Sharp began bookbinding after taking a course at the British Library. She is the first bookbinder to […]
Sarah Middleton’s practice is rooted in the old photographic process of Cyanotype. Invented by Sir John Herschel in […]
Whilst you’re shopping at the Winter Arts Market this year, don’t miss the chance to see the wonderful […]
Jo Vickers is, in her own words, ‘an indecisive artist’ working in acrylics, ceramics, watercolours, printmaking and pencil. […]
David Rycroft’s work is ever-evolving, which he describes as stronger and more engaging than when he first began […]
Megan Hesketh and her mother hand knit and crochet an adorable range of homewares and gifts, mostly […]